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31-35
Coate
Street
London
E2 9AG

020 7729 0937
mail@sebrightarms.co.uk

* The Sebright is strictly over 18's
* These events take place in the downstairs venue.

Events in January

Monday 23rd

The Goddess League & IVW Presents: Goddess Speak

Doors - 6.30pm

Tickets - £6adv

Overview: The Goddess League presents our second all-women open mic night! Join us for an evening of women sharing their souls and creative passions on stage for us to connect, raise vibrations and support each other. Too many amazing queens exist in this city and its time we come together and vibe, share our inspirations, create and celebrate the Divine Feminine that exists in all of us.

Featuring queens:

Mega

Cleo Forstater

Inka Linda



doors open and sign up is from 6pm onwards, limited slots available so come early!



Goddesses and Allies welcome (anyone who supports the movement and honours this space of women gathering together are welcome; men included).



Goddess League: Assemble!

Tuesday 24th

Tigmus Presents: GØSPEL + Jylda

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE Doors - 7.30pm

Tickets - £5adv

GØSPEL is London based duo Beth Anderton-Allen and Chris Willsher, who are set to release the first single from their new EP ‘Bodies’ on January 6th 2017. Entirely self produced ‘Bodies’ is an atmospheric and brooding track lyrically themed around an evening in a nightclub and is infused with an electro sensibility carried along by Beth’s haunting vocal and Chris’ shimmering guitars. With recent comparisons to London Grammar, Daughter and Women’s Hour, GØSPEL only formed in 2014. However the duo have already caught the attention of Radio 1’s Jen Long with their debut single ‘Disasters Running Wild’, which also attracted support from the likes of BBC London, Amazing Radio and Radio X.



"Gøspel match Natasha Khan’s emotional impact to searing melody and Fleetwood Mac style ambience" Clash Magazine



"If you like the sounds of Chvrches you'll love this" John Kennedy Radio X



" A haze of distorted bass-lines and amped up guitar sounds come crashing around Beth’s smooth and velvet like tones which she accompanies with live drums and keyboards. " - artrockermagazine



"This brooding pop trio remind me of Bat For Lashes mixed with Polica. Chris Willsher is an epic songwriter and Beth Anderton Allen's voice is captivating. They're going from strength-to-strength." - timeout london



JYLDA



"Berlin's three-piece JYLDA released a fantastic EP earlier this year, a beautiful mix of sort of 80s electro and modern dream pop topped with strong vocals." - Poule D'Or



"It’s all smoke and silhouettes, the faint undulation of body shapes with the chorus and a slight sense of danger and drama within the seduction; calming and exciting at the same time." - Alphabet Bands

Wednesday 25th

Robomagic Presents: Superglu

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE Doors - 7.30pm

Tickets - £6adv

An abstract painter, a disco dancing sociologist, a bloke who lives on a houseboat and guitarist form a band. No, it's not the start of a joke, although there are plenty of laughs and a fair bit of goofing around involved.

It's the story of SuperGlu., the band from Manningtree in Essex who have been rapidly shaping up to be one of the most exciting forces in British guitar music. The music, often fast and furious, is informed by the couldn't-give-a-shit attitude of punk, but at the same time never shies away from seriously generous dollops of pop catchiness, although never with the interesting knots and gnarly bits smoothed down or ironed out.

Their songs are mysterious creatures with a succession of one note titles. Is 'Oil' about aggressive Western military interests in the Middle East, or an ode to a broken down motorbike? Is 'Diving Bell' about a piece of equipment for sub-aqua exploration or an expression of the dark recess of the human mind? Or both? You'll have to find out for yourself.



https://www.facebook.com/supergluband/

https://soundcloud.com/antigenrecords/sets/superglu-horse Seabright Arms - Robomagic Presents: Superglu

Thursday 26th

M mag and IVW present: SECRET HEADLINERS + Manuela (Lost Map) + Moonbow (DJ set, Siren/NTS Radio)

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE Doors - 7.45pm

Tickets - £3 on the door

http://bit.ly/2hVteSr





PRS for Music’s M magazine has teamed up Independent Venue Week once again for a night of wonky sounds, live surprises and fab records. Featuring an exciting SECRET HEADLINER plus support from Manuela (Lost Map Records) and a DJ set from rising electronic priestess Moonbow (Siren Collective/NTS Radio).



Manuela are vocalist and songwriter Manuela Gernedel and ex-Franz Ferdinand guitarist Nick McCarthy. Together, they cook up disco-inflected post-punk that thrums with snappy percussion and snipped guitars.

https://soundcloud.com/lostmap/manuela-cracks-in-the-concrete



Moonbow is the brainchild of creative polymath Eleanor Hardwick, who creates cosmic electronics inspired by her transcendental record collection. Expect a genre-bending mash-up of sound.

http://www.eleanorhardwick.com

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